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Location: 10711 Strait Lane, Dallas, TX

Square Footage: 29,216

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 11 bedrooms & 22 bathrooms

Price: $32,347,000

This incredible French inspired estate is located at 10711 Strait Lane in Dallas, TX and is situated on 4.3 acres of land. It is owned by Dr. Richard Malouf, who made a fortune through Medicaid Orthodontics. Richard combined TWO homes to create this one-of-a-kind mansion on steroids. The main house was designed by Robbie Fusch and built by Bob Thompson in 2003. He bought it in 2008 for $10,500,000. Two years later, in 2010, Richard bought the home next door, 10674 Strait Lane, for $6,975,000. That home boasts 14,280 square feet of living space. He then combined both homes that are attached by a 10-car garage.

It features approximately 29,216 square feet of living space with 11 bedrooms, 17 full and 5 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with staircase, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, family room with wet bar, home office/library, billiards room with wet bar, wine cellar, 2-lane bowling alley, gym, indoor basketball court, dj room and much more.

Outdoor features include 2 gated entrances, patios, swimming pool with spa, pool/guest house, basketball court, tennis court, built-in trampoline and its very own water park complete with slides!

It is listed at $32,347,000.

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  • horselips

    Medicaid Orthodontics, eh? Take a good, long look folks – your tax dollars at work! More power to the good doctor. He buys two houses for a total of about $17 million and now wants to double his investment. Gotta love it.




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  • Will

    Been wondering when this house would go up for sale, supposedly Mr. Malouf is in some trouble for fraud. This is probably the best house I’ve ever seen in my opinion, I love it, especially the water park. I hope that post more pictures/videos.




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  • Craig2080

    So, if the pictures and everything including arial are revealing what they appear to be, it looks like he pretty much gutted up and rebuilt the second house as the indoor basketball court.




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  • Al Robinson

    I’ll pass on the house, but take that gym and pool.




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  • Jackson

    Spectacular! Even though the backyard is tacky, it looks super fun.




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  • Architecture Afficianado

    This day-glo monstrosity is categorically past the ability of known language on earth to describe just how vile it is. To say that is a slavish worship to ego, materialism, pomposity and an obsession with vulgarity is like saying the wreck of the Titanic is just a few feet under water. The street whores during the reign of Louis the XVI would think it’s beyond gauche and overdone.




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  • LT. Doaks

    Yea I remember seeing him and his wife on the news for medicaid fraud. I wonder if he’s selling it to help with legal fees. Man greed is a deadly sin.




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  • Dishonest people will always show their true selves with this type of home. They always build super vulgar over inflated displays of wealth and self importance style homes. This is beautiful in many ways but not on this scale. This over done palace of self importance is disgusting. The shear wast of money, this man must ooze dishonesty from every pore. No one that earns the money honestly would waste it so frivolously. I love the historical french style but this is a garish nightmare. And it was for him and his wife? What a waste, this home screams pure greed. He thought he could live this type of lifestyle and not get caught? PLease there are kings and queens in other countries that do not have homes on this scale. And he claims he made a fortune in Medical orthodontics? That’s laughable! This monstrosity is the home of a man eaten up with pure greed. No thought to the people he harmed or the money he stole. They should freeze his assets and liquidate everything to pay the money back. He should not profit from his dishonesty, by allowing him to sell this for double what he paid is just feeding his greed.




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